At the southwestern shore of the Cabo de Gata peninsula, the fault offsets the shoreline: Here, we did ground penetrating radar for mapping the fault trace and to calculate minimum slip rates.This worked well, because there we encountered beautiful beach rock terraces: So, it was possible to map where the fault cuts those relatively young, OIS 5e units: Here, the fault zone was definitely active during the last 125 ka, but the average slip rate seems to be less than 0.1 mm/a in that region (the fault spreads in a wide fault zone with several single strands).This premise sets up the structure for the remainder of the book with attempts to highlight both the need for, and the existence of, a universal ‘true’ love in popular/revolutionary culture.In the last video we learned a little bit about photosynthesis. The important thing from the photosynthesis point of view is that it's this membrane. Many people might not consider it the electron transport chain, but it's the same idea. So on this membrane you have these proteins and these complexes of proteins and molecules that span this membrane. Well, that's a simplification, but that's how you can think of it.But then you can use that to build up glucose or any other carbohydrate. So the exact same-- let me see if I can draw that ATP synthase here. We're using photons to excite electrons in chlorophyll.
Glos Arch publishes annually, about April, a journal called GLEVENSIS (meaning 'of Gloucester').The Newsletter is now made available to the general public and is here reproduced in pdf format The four volume record of excavations and finds at Frocester, a small UK village in Gloucestershire five miles (8km) south-west of Stroud where three substantial Roman settlement sites and a scatter of six lesser ones were established.